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 Post subject: Bulk Foods
PostPosted: Mon Dec 11, 2006 4:09 am 
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Disclaimer: This site has NO affiliation with any of these sites. They are just sources that we have become acquainted with or have seen recommended in our searching the net or other forums!

Mountain House
http://www.mountainhouse.com/

Walton Feed
www.waltonfeed.com

Survival Acres
www.survivalacres.com

Internet Grocer
www.internetgrocer.com

Disaster Necessities
http://www.disasternecessities.com/page/207645

The Preparedness Center
The Preparedness Center’s H5N1 Avian Influenza Pandemic defense products are approved by the U.S. government and recommended by (WHO) The World Health Organization, (CDC) The Center for Disease Control and Prevention and are manufactured using the strictest quality control guidelines.
http://store.preparedness.com/worsafprod.html

Honeyville Grain
[snip] Over the years we have worked with some of the biggest names in the baking, snack food, and Hispanic food industries. Names like Nabisco, Domino's Pizza, Frito Lay, Costco, ConAgra, and Del-Monte. These companies trust us to provide them with best available products and services at competitive prices. Honeyville works hand-in-hand with the US Government to supply various products for our schools, military, and other governmental agencies. [snip]
http://www.honeyvillegrain.com/


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 Post subject: Another Option for Large Purchases!
PostPosted: Tue Jan 09, 2007 9:11 pm 
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Originally posted by 'Goatlady' at CurEvents

http://www.curevents.com/vb/showthread.php?t=67091

Also buffy, you can check with your local "health" food stores - they will usually special order bulk grain/rice/sugar/etc for customers at their cost +10% or so handling fee. Much cheaper than shipping costs. You get 50#bags usually in the grains and beans, etc. That's how I built up my supply years ago.


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